National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund
Respect. Honor. Remember
As a campus that serves our local Washington, DC, community as well as the nation, the National Law Enforcement Memorial and Museum’s first priority remains the health, safety, and security of our staff and the people that visit us.
As a public health precaution due to COVID-19 (coronavirus), the National Law Enforcement Museum will temporarily close to the public beginning Saturday, March 14, 2020.
Updates will be provided on a week-to-week basis.
Hover over or click on a state to view 2020 fatalities. States in dark red have fatalities.
This year, the names of 307 officers killed in the line of duty will be added to the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial.
Roll Call of Heroes
Cheer on the New York City FC on Law Enforcement Appreciation Night on May 16th and August 8th!
Each ticket purchased will include a $5 donation back to the Memorial Fund and everyone who purchases before April 20th will receive a NLEOMF/NYCFC Challenge Coin.
Once you’ve purchased, you will be given a unique link to invite yourfriends via text, email and social media. People who buy using your link will be seated near each other at the game. See everyone there!
Join the National Law Enforcement Memorial and Museum as thought leaders from law enforcement and civic organizations discuss the evolution and challenges of anti-bias training, as well as solutions to meet the need for enhanced training regimens in police academies.
Registration is free.
This event was made possible by Target and Thomson Reuters.